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Press Release: Sacred Seven’s Chant released by Cosmos Music Group

August 5, 2011

Sacred Seven’s “Chant” released by Cosmos Music Group


New York, NY — July 28, 2011– Cosmos music group ( has released Sacred Seven’s “Chant”, composed, arranged and performed by Ryland Angel and Emanuel Olsson. Inspired by Gregorian chant, the new album includes twelve meditative tracks, enhanced with lush orchestration and flourishes of electronica. Traditional chants like Te Deum and Magnificat are included, as well as original melodies written from traditional Latin texts.

According to Kent Gillstrom, one of the founding partners of Cosmos Music Group, “’Chant’ contains soothing music with broad appeal both to traditional listeners and to others who are seeking calm melodies for meditation and relaxation. It’s a nice complement to our wide range of musical offerings.”

 Opera Magazine describes Grammy-nominated Ryland Angel, co-founder of Sacred Seven, with a “voice, obviously angelic . . . clothed in a truly unique charm . . . which . . . gives a softly elegiac dimension to the melodic line.”  Ryland’s effortless vocals enhance the relaxing quality of the chants, and in collaboration with Emanuel Olsson, renowned Swedish writer/producer, they create music which is wonderfully fulfilling. 

 The full album and twelve individual tracks are available on digital services worldwide, including iTunes (, Amazon and Spotify.  To promote the release of “Chant”, Ryland will be introducing the album live on “Sounds from the Spires” airing on SIRIUS XM 129, Monday, August 8th at 12pm EDT and on “Worship at Home” airing on Premier UK Radio, Sunday August 14th at 11am GMT.   Additionally, Sacred Seven will present a series of meditation chant performances in New York City.

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Press Release: The Voice of an Angel at your Wedding?

May 6, 2011

New York, NY — May 6, 2011— Ryland Angel ( has been singing beautiful songs ever since he was a little boy in his church choir.  As an adult, his voice has matured into a “delicious sound … (which makes you) … imagine the songs of the heavenly cherubs who expressed similar enchantments,” according to Opera Magazine.  Using his angelic voice most recently for love songs, Ryland is offering one of his songs called “Beloved One” to all brides and grooms.  How could anyone not want music like that at their wedding?  Read the rest of this entry ?